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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1929

WHAT'S NEWS IS HERE Vol. I, No. 1 MAYOR J. FULMER BRIGHT FIRST MONOCLE SUBSCRIBER Thinks Paper Should Be Asset for John Mar• shall High PROMINENT MEN WRITE Carter Wormeley and Walter Holladay Express Best Wishes for All Success and Progress Mayor J. Fulmer Bright recently showed his great enthusiasm over the publication of a weekly newspaper at John Marshall by voluntarily becoming the first sobscriber to THE MONOCLE. When interviewed, the Mayor stated, "I think it is a great thing for you young men to try to stir up some interest in journalism at John Marshall. Your paper should be a fine thing for the school, and I should like to subscribe." Since this, subscriptions have been flowing in in large numbers. Many students were eager to subscribe before the publication of the paper was announced. The Mayor, however, beat them all to it. Now that the first issue is out, the business staff expect the subscription list to double itself. Students may sign up and pay at the senior dance th...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1929

Page Two THE MONOCLE Published weekly by the students of John Marshall High School during the regular school term. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief FRANK J. MCCARTHY, JR. Associate Editors GEORGIA BELLE BENNETT HERBERT RUDLIN WILLA LOUISE UPCHURCH Sports Editor GLAUCUS GULLEY Theatre Editor. , ASHBY HUNTER BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager B. P. HARRISON, JR Circulation Manager... D. W. LYDIATT, JR. FACULTY ADVISORS Miss CHARI.ES ANTHONY MR. WALTER BEVERLY PRINTED BY COTTRELL & COOKE, INC. Marshallites, we are here—and how! THE MONOCLE makes its bow today with the great hope that John Marshall will never again be newspaperless. This thing of not having a weekly publication has been going on entirely too long. As you may know, there have been several attempts in past years, but lack of the right spirit caused their failure. Realizing this, the staff of T HE MONOCLE is making an honest effort to -supply you with the best news we can crowd into six pages each week. We want to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1929

RICHMOND THEATRES TO HAVE FINE PICTURES Several Richmond theatres have announced their spring bookings, and, should all the splendid pictures mentioned come here within the next six months, true movie lovers may be sure that their pockets will be empty until some of the theatres stop showing such thrilling films. The Capitol, always a leader among the better theatres, has announced that it will soon present In Old Arizona. This is the first all talking outdoor movie, and Fox movietone has again proved its merits. The voices of the players are said to be unusually distinct, though this column wonders if any picture could be technically more perfect than On Trial which recently drew large crowds to the Capitol. When released, the Fox Movietone Follies will probably be shown at the Capitol. It is said that singing, dancing and vaudeville sketches will compose the Follies which should prove something entirely new in entertainment. The Byrd, which opened recently and has already scored h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1929

Page Four Marehallites Torpedo The Maury Basketeers Score 33 to Maury's 24 Was TNT to Commodores; Two High Spots in First Quarter The Commodores of Maury High School may know their sea maneuvering, but the Justices of John Marshall demonstrated clearly a superior knowledge of passing and shooting on Feb. 22 on the George Wythe gymnasium court, walloping the Tidewater boys 33 —24. Captain Browder, of the Commodores, started off with a rush and tried to steer his craft into the "Harbor of Victory" by sinking a field goal immediately after the opening whistle. . Irvin Smith, however, informed "Cap" Browder that there was a law against that, and proceeded to sink two in Maury's basket. "Chief Justice" Baker, of the Marshallite court, followed suit and sank two more field goals. Not to be outdone by his mates, "Babe Ruth" Stewart dented Maury's armor with two foul tosses. These were the high spots of the first quarter. At the end of the first quarter the score stood 12 —3, with the Justi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1929

JUSTICES LEAVE FOR LEXINGTON WEDNESDAY (Continued from Page 4) of Richmond Freshman basketeers, Willie King and Phess Woodson are the bright lights at Randolph-Macon, and Bill Downey is doing himself proud as a member of the Central "Y" team. Weakened by the loss of King, Woodson and Downey, the 1928 team, with Adams and Sherman as a nucleus, played through another long schedule meeting the best teams in this section. This team was not as strong as the one of the preceding year due to the inexperience of the new players, and the team just fell short of copping tournament honors for the second successive time. The boys, however, were up near the top, losing to Staunton Military Academy in the semifinals. The present team has flashed shades of the "wonder team" of '27 by playing through one of the stiffest schedules ever assigned to any prep school. At the time of this writing the team has played twenty-one games y winning eighteen and losing three. Ofrr boys have trimmed such teams a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 March 1929

Page Six MANY STUDENTS GO TO INAUGURAL ON MONDAY It is expected that there will be a large number of absentees from school Monday because of the Hoover inaugural ceremonies which will take place in Washington on that date. The absence of the Cadets will seem quite unusual, and it is reported that large numbers of John Marshall students have planned to go by train or motor to see President-elect Hoover take the oath of office. According to the Times-Dispatch, Washington's ordinary population of 300.000 will be swollen to at least 500,000 by Sunday night, and there is no doubt that the greatest number of visitors will come from nearby cities, such as Baltimore and Richmond. Unusual interest was taken in the recent campaign and, for this reason, there should be more people to welcome the President- elect they worked so hard to put in or keep out of the office he takes Monday. Numbers of John Marshall students (particularly those in History 7 and 8 classes) are still arguing campaign qu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1929

WHAT'S NEWS IS HERE Vol. I, No. 2 CADETS CAPTIVATE CAPITAL MARSHALL CADETS TAKE PROMINENT PART IN PARADE Undaunted by Fierce Downpour of Rain and Lack of Dinner SPLENDID TRIP WAS HAD Complete Story of Trip Given by Editor of Monocle on Page Six The John Marshall High School Cadets were pointed out last Monday as the outstanding unit of the inaugural parade in Washington. It has been reported by many Marshallites who attended, that the High School Corps was at the height of its glory. Undaunted by the steady pour of rain, they made history for John Marshall before one of the most representative audiences ever gathered. As the cadets passed President Hoover's reviewing stand, the crowds burst into applause. They cheered madly for the splendid lines, marvellous carriage, and perfect appearance of the Marshall cadets who put out the very best that was in them for High School's success. Many Marshallites not in the Corps were at the inauguration, and reports from these tell that the Corp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1929

Page Two THE M°NOCLE Published weekly by the students of John Marshall High School during the regular school term. * EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief FRANK J. MCCARTHY, JR. Associate Editors GEORGIA BELLE BENNETT HERBERT RUDLIN WILLA LOUISE UPCHURCH Sports Editor GLAUCUS GULLEY Theatre Editor ASHBY HUNTER The Kettle . JESSE MAHONEY Clubs GUY MALONEE Debating DOROTHEA GWYN Office News MARGARET JONES Dramatics —: THOMAS FUSSEL GENERAL REPORTERS MARIE KEILEY, ROXANE MATHIEU, MARSHALL BUTLER, GRACE PEATROSS BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager B. P. HARRISON, JR Circulation Manager D. W. LYDIATT, JR. Faculty Advisor _• ; _—„_. Miss CHARLES ANTHONY THIS MAY INTEREST YOU, OR IT MAY NOT Do you realize how much work it takes to publish an issue of a newspaper? We didn't until we began to collect copy for the first issue of THE MONOCLE. Each page contains fifteen inches to a column, and there are five columns to a page. Each column inch carries fifty words. Figure for yourself how many words there...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1929

COLONIAL FEATURES EX-BROADWAYITE The Colonial's offering for week of March 11, will be Lucky Boy. This is produced by Tiffany Stahl and stars George Jessel, a former favorite performer on Broadway. This picture is said to be a direct descendant of A 1 Jolson's The Jazz Singer, but not quite so effective or entertaining. It is interesting to note that Mr. George Jessel was the original star of The Jazz Singer of that stage success! The story is practically the same as Jolson's success. It is about a small boy who loves to sing and wants to make it his profession in spite of the objections of his father and mother. When their objections become forceful he defies them and runs away. Later he becomes a mammy singer. At last he wins fame and fortune and in the last reel, of course, he gets the pretty blonde. In the course of the story Mr. Jessel finds time to sing "My Blackbirds Are Bluebirds Now" and "In My Bouquet of Memories." Naturally this picture has a theme song which is "My Mothe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1929

Page Four MANY ENTRIES AT W. & L TOURNAMENT Best High and Prep Schools . Represented; Put Justices on Mettle to Win Should John Marshall's basketball team crash through to a victory in the finals at Washington and Lee in the sixth annual scholastic tournament for prep schools, the wisecrackers will have no occasion to wisecrack and say that the Justices won because they were playing a bunch of set-ups. The entry list this year contains the names of the best high and prep schools in the South Atlantic district. At the time of this writing, schools from Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and the District of Columbia have entered. From Virginia the following high and prep schools have entered: John Marshall, Lexington, Virginia High of Bristol, Suffolk, Damascus, Staunton, Chilhowie, Waynesboro, Charlottesville, Salem, Covington, and South Boston are all high schools. Fishburne, Fork Union, Massanutten, Augusta, Virginia Episcopal School, Benedictine, Virgin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1929

Club Chatter By Georgia Belle Bennett Several of the members of the Writers' Club have had work accepted by magazines. Trevil La Touche received twenty dollars for a poem from Love Story Magazine. Florence Rhea Talley has had several of her poems published in the St. Nicholas Magazine and has received a gold medal for them. For the last poem accepted, she received two dollars. THE MONOCLE staff is composed chiefly of members of the Writers' Qub, and there were five contributions from their club in the February Record. The Saints, 'tis said, will give a play soon. But there, we hear someone else is writing that story, so let us not intrude. It is reported that the Idmas will have a splendid looking page in the new Annual. They always have had. Why don't we hear from the Demons, the Pirates, or the Monks? We are sure they must have something interesting to tell us about, and we should appreciate their correspondence. The Bootsies wish to announce a card party on Saturday, March 16, at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 March 1929

Page Six Washington—and How Complete Story of the Cadets' Trip to the Inauguration in National Capital By FRANK J. MCCARTHY, JR. How can this humble pen describe the glory with which the Cadet Corps covered itself last Monday? It can't. It can only say that nothing less was expected. Nine o'clock Sunday morning found the armory already cluttered up with piles of blankets, pillow cases packed with changes of uniform, last spring's shoe boxes containing ham sandwiches and boiled eggs, and various other articles £uch as coat hangers and shoe brushes. The teaming masses of cadets, bedecked in the overcoats of those gracious men at V. M. I. who were kind enough to lend them for the occasion, ran hither and thither in great excitement to get packed up on time. Captains bawled out lieutenants; lieutenants bawled out sergeants; sergeants bawled out corporals, but alas, the poor corr porals were out of luck, for there were few privates present to be bawled out. The company was made up mostly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1929

WHAT'S NEWS IS HERE Vol. I, No. 3 HIGH SCHOOL CHS WISH TO SPONSOR ISSUES Of MONOCLE Duckies Will Take Charge of Current Issue; Imps to Follow MUCH ENTHUSIASM SHOWN Spirit of Rivalry to be Brought Out by Project; All Are Eager to Join The business staff of THE MONOCLE wishes each club to show its school spirit by sponsoring an issue of the paper. By sponsoring we mean to sell as many copies as possible, to get new subscriptions, and to solicit advertisements to help pay for the printing of that issue. By this arrangement there will be a spirit of rivalry brought up between the clubs, as each society will be trying to make its own issue the most admired and the best financed. The business staff will also profit greatly, not only through the added financial aid, but also through the new spirit which will be brought out. This issue is sponsored by the Duckie Club. They have shown their school spirit by being the first volunteers. See a Duckie if you wish to subscribe or to buy a copy of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1929

Page Two THE M°NOCLE Published weekly by the students of John Marshall High School during the regular school term. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief FRANK J. MCCARTHY, Associate Editors GEORGIA BELLE BENNETT HERBERT RUDLIN WILLA LOUISE UPCHURCH FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY A. H. ROSSITER Sports Editor GLAUCUS GULLEY Theatre Editor ASHBY HUNTER The Kettle JESSE MAHONEY Clubs GUY MALONEE Debating DOROTHEA GWYN Office Neius : MARGARET JONES Dramatics THOMAS FUSSEL GENERAL REPORTERS MARIE KEILEY, ROXANE MATHIEU, MARSHALL BUTLER, GRACE PEATROSS BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager B. P. HARRISON, JR Circulation Manager D. W. LYDIATT, JR. HOMER WILSON, 808 ALLEN, 808 ALLPORT, JACK GRIMM Advertising Manager WALKER COTTRELL GORDON MARKS, JACK ENGLISH, HARVEY BROWN, LEWIS KAUFMAN Faculty Advisor MISS CHARLES ANTHONY SCARLET, GRAY, AND WHITE Many students, who were fortunate enough to see the Cadets have their picture taken on the front of John Marshall before taking the Washington trip, realized the added ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1929

"THE IRON MASK" AT LOEW'S NEXT WEEK All the world' loves romance. In his newest United Artists Picture, The Iron Mask, which comes to Loew's Theatre, Douglas Fairbanks embodies the romantic spirit of adventure and valor. Once more he is D'Artagnan, the dashing hero of Alexander Dumas' stories of seventeenth century France, as he was six years ago in his first picturization of the adventures of the four faithful friends, The Three Musketeers. Again he rides with Athas, Porthas, and Aramis, through years of intrigue, war and love. The first part of the picture takes place during the reign of Louis XIII, when the four musketeers, wield their swords in defence of their king and love. The time of the second part is twenty years later during the early period of the regime of the young Louis XIV. D'Artagnan, and his companions are as valiant and loyal in their guardianship of the new king as they were of his father. D'Artagnan solves the mystery of the man in the iron mask, outwits the car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1929

Page Four Sportagraphs By GLAUCUS GULLEY, JR. Newport News High School copped tournament honors, but in the opinion of many, Emerson Institute presented the most evenly balanced quint seen on Doremus gym this season. Both teams mentioned above placed men on the mythical all-tournament team. Newport News placed Wheeler and Palmer, while Emerson was represented by Colley, a smart center. Outstanding players were scarce in this tournament. Wheeler, Colley. Bach of Augusta, Junie Smith of John Marshall, were the most spectacular, but none of these equalled the performance of Barkalow, the Devitt prep school demon of the 1927 tourney. For John Marshall, the work of Junie Smith was outstanding while Waddell Stewart and Sol Schrieberg came in for a share of glory. The Justices were weakened by the loss of Herman Taylor who was hurt in the Central game. Irvin Smith was also handicapped by sinus trouble and was not up to his top form in shooting. In the game with Newport News, Schrieberg was...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1929

Club Chatter By Georgia Belle Bennett An interesting play will be presented sometime in the near future at one of the Dramatic Club meetings. Grace Jones, Grace Peatross, Jesse Mahoney and Catherine Waymack, are among those in the cast. The play is entitled Followers, and is under the direction of Dorothea Gwynn. If it is as remarkable as the last play given, the room will, undoubtedly, overflow with eager spectators. Howard Falls and Julian Savage are energetically working on the State debate. The Marshall Debating Society has the negative of the question. The debate is expected to be unusually interesting. Anne Ingles, Etta Whitehead, Leele Bowers, and Martha Sanders, of the Peps, graduated with the February class, but are now attending John Marshall as post-graduates. Evidently, the lure of J. M. is irresistible. As Leele Bowers is now a lady of leisure, she is contemplating a trip to North Carolina sometime in April. Perhaps she is seeking a rest from the last hard year of High ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 March 1929

Page Six SPORTAGRAPHS (Continued from Page 4) eggs weren't so bad at that for no one left anything on his plate. The fraternities deserve a token of thanks from all who were entertained. Twenty-nine teams were housed and fed for a period of three days and nights, and the treatment of the visitors by the Lexingtonians will always be remembered by those fortunate enough to make their acquaintance. Here is a moral for all who aspire to athletic fame: never sacrifice team work for individual glory. The player that plays to the stands and forgets his team will not travel very far the road to athletic success. A player thinking only of his personal gain will not enjoy the confidence of his coach and team mates. Here's hoping that John Marshall athletics will be free from grand'standers in the future. To illustrate the consistent greatness of the teams turned out at John Marshall it might be stated that for the past two years the team that eliminated the Blue and White went ahead to cop th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 March 1929

The Trysting Place 8:30 Tonight in the Auditorium Vol. I, No. 4 Six Marshallites Will Attend Press Convention in May Monocle, Record, The Marshallite to Be Represented MEETING IS AT W. AND L. Sponsors and Editors of Three High School Publications to go to Lexington Miss Van Vort announced recently that Mr. Harwood has agreed to send two representatives from each John Marshall publication to the Southern Interscholastic Press Convention at Washington and Lee University in May. The editors and sponsors of the publications will be the representatives. Walker Hill and Miss Emily Holloway will go for the Marshallite, Alex Rossiter and Mr. Walter Beverly will go for the Record, and Frank J .McCarthy, Jr., and Miss Charles Anthony will represent THE MONOCLE. They will be accompanied by B. P. Harrison, Jr., business manager of THE MONOCLE. Because of the fact that THE MONOCLE is still in its infancy, it is not able to enter any contest class, but it will be submitted to the judges for const...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 March 1929

Page Two THE MONOCLE Published weekly by the students of John Marshall High School during the regular school term EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief FRANK J. MCCARTHY, JR. Associate Editors GEORGIA BELLE BENNETT HERBERT RUDLIN WILLA LOUISE UPCHURCH FLORENCE RHEA TALLEY A. H. ROSSITER Sports Editor GLAUCUS GULLEY Theatre Editor ASHBY HUNTER The Kettle JESSE MAHONEY Clubs GUY MALONEE Debating DOROTHEA GWYN Office News MARGARET JONES Dramatics .THOMAS FUSSEL GENERAL REPORTERS MARIE KEILEY, ROXANE MATHIEU, MARSHALL BUTLER, GRACE PEATROSS BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager B. P. HARRISON, JR. Circulation Manager D. W. LYDIATT, JR. HOMER WILSON, 808 ALLEN, 808 ALLPORT, JACK GRIMM Advertising Manager WALKER COTTRELL GORDON MARKS, JACK ENGLISH, HARVEY BROWN, LEWIS KAUFMAN Faculty Adviser Miss CHARLES ANTHONY PRINTED BY COTTRELL & COOKE, INC. A news item on the first page today tells that a large number of this year's cadet officers will be "rookies" at V. M. I. next year. This really ...

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